A ship decanter is a container that was historically used to hold liquor on-board a sailing ship. Today, a ship decanter can be found in homes and restaurants, where it is used as an alternative to wine bottles or carafes. These containers are prized for their classic style, which adds a touch of elegance to any table setting. While decanters are commonly associated with wine, they may also be used to hold spirits ranging from scotch to cognac. Antique ship decanters are particularly prized today for their attractive design and rich use of materials.
American musician Bob Dylan participated in a similar arrangement with the Italian winery Fattoria Le Terrazze . Dylan gave permission for the winery to use his name, likeness and album art to create a wine that pays tribute to his 1974 album Planet Waves .  In 2007, American entrepreneur Martha Stewart announced a collaboration with the American winery Gallo to produce value-marketed wines to be sold at Kmart , which also featured her Martha Stewart Living line of housewares.  In 2009, British chef Gordon Ramsay allowed a Bordeaux winery to use his name, without royalties, to celebrate the release of their 10th vintage .